Backed by Tiger Global, Blume Ventures and Nirvana Ventures Advisors, the company has raised over $6.5 million in venture funding.
Zopper, India’s leading hyper local mobile marketplace, has unveiled its fully operational office in Bengaluru. As per the company’s release, the motive behind this strategic move is to bolster its technological prowess, by recruiting talent in vital areas of operations and technology. With the city famed for its IT talent, the company aims to invest in the same to scale the growth ladder through rapid improvement in its technological foundation.
Zopper.com features 5, 00,000 offline retailers. Founded by serial entrepreneurs Surjendu Kulia and Neeraj Jain, Zopper taps on the benefits of shopping at a retail store and marries them with the convenience of shopping via mobile phones. Backed by investors such as Tiger Global, Blume Ventures and Nirvana Ventures Advisors, the company has raised over $6.5 million in venture funding.
Neeraj Jain, Co-founder & CEO, Zopper, commented, “With the hyper local mobile marketplace trending, thanks to the increasing proliferation of smartphones in the country, we realize that in order to leverage this opportunity, we must strengthen our services in terms of technology. Our vital presence in Bengaluru gives us access to headhunt and hire across the cream of talent in terms of IT. This will help us architect a seamless and solid infrastructure for Zopper’s fast expanding network in the country.”
The company aims to activate expansion on an accelerated pace pan India and is taking definite steps to execute its plan on the back of steady technological progress.